Blue Bayou Resort


Camping / RV Outdoor Adventure

Welcome to Blue Bayou Resort, Cape Breton Highlands newest and most exciting campground. Summer 2019 will be the inaugural year. Doors will open for the first time Friday May 31 with over 20 sites available at that time and all 30 sites will be available by June 27. Dome Glamping in Style at the Blue Bayou Resort. Don't just come and see the Highlands... Stay here and live it.Geodesic Domes with private bath, BBQ equipment, fire pit and…

Telephone 647-995-1633

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The Markland Coastal Beach Cottages – Restaurant



Our talented chefs have revitalized The Markland Restaurant and have made a point of celebrating local cuisine with wild halibut, lobster, snow crab, seafood chowder, scallops and oysters along with choice beef, chicken and pasta. Our restaurant offers a continental breakfast and dinner in a warm environment that welcomes families. Please see the many positive reviews received by our restaurant last season. Our wines are selected from an outstanding sommelier in Halifax and we are…

Telephone 1 855-872-6048

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The Bay Café



Located on the beautiful Bay St. Lawrence, Bay Café is the place to be for delicious home-cooked meals and baked goods. Taste a slice of home made pie, or our delicious strawberry shortcake. We also carry a feature of the day, which your friendly server will be happy to tell you on your visit. 

Telephone 1-902-383-2993

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North Highlands Community Museum

Genaeology Industrial-heritage Interpretive-centre Learning Musuem

Culture & Heritage

Interpretive exhibits illustrating lifestyle experienced by early settlers of northern Cape Breton. Exhibits include gypsum quarry, stores, church histories, shipwrecks, furnishings, school and transportation, forge, settlers’ garden. Extensive genealogy centre and archives, visitor information centre, c@p site. Weekly concerts and events.

Telephone 902-383-2579

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Cape North Farmers’ Market

Community-market Culinary-event Fine-crafts Local-food

Artisans & Craft Culinary

Our region – the northeast Highlands of Cape Breton Island – is a mountainous, rocky one, with harsh weather and many, if small, pockets of arable land. One of the primary goals of the Cape North Farmers Market is to bring about a resurgence in growing, selling and eating local food. The fresh produce, fish, maple syrup, honey, preserves and baked goods at the market may be limited in quantity but they are unsurpassed in…

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